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Remodeling, Mold Remediation & Restoration, Custom Home Building

Serv­ing Sedona, Cot­ton­wood, the Verde Val­ley & North­ern Arizona


don archer sedona custom home builderAbout Archer Construction

Remodeling, Custom Home Building & Mold Remediation
Serving Sedona and the Verde Valley

Don Archer has over 43 years experience as Structural Contractor. His expertise includes Custom Home Building, Remodeling and Restoration Services such as water damage dry-outs, mold inspections, mold remediation, and fire damage. Don’s goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient, professional service of the highest caliber.

Since 1973 our experience and commitment to excellence have earned us the reputation as the best Fire Damage, Water Damage and Mold Remediation company in the Sedona/Verde Valley area.

Our Values


Leadership: You can rest assured that we are certified on the latest technology for mold remediation and changing developments in the industry, with testing every two years.

Teamwork: We make it our responsibility to understand your needs. We work closely with you to ensure that the solutions we provide are tailored to meet your unique needs and challenges. We are committed to your approval.

Customer Relations: Our highest priority is to make this transition as easy as possible. Water damages and Fire damages are never easy on anyone. You are important to us and you can expect us to go the extra mile for your home or business. Superior customer service is the hallmark of Archer Construction and One Stop Restoration Services. We are proud to serve you.

Job Planning and Estimates

Our years of experience will be on your side as we plan and estimate your remodeling or restoration job. We would love to meet you to discuss your project. Call us at 928-284-2194 or email us today!


Archer Construction and One Stop Restoration Services are committed to providing the best in customer service. We offer professional and friendly assistance to our customers for whatever they may need. That is why we are proud of our continued success in satisfying one customer after the other. Don't just take our word for it-be sure to read through our customer testimonials, and you'll see why we are the best in the business!

"We so appreciate you all and what you have done to help us. And the help is not just the major remediation work but the interest in helping us physically and mentally. We truly have been going straight down hill physically - and of course our house was doing the same thing!"



The federal government has a mold remediation specification that specifies the use of assessors and contractors who hold ACAC certifications. It is called the United Facilities Guide Specification (USGS 02 85 00.00 20 Mold Remediation.) This specification is a joint effort of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), the Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC), the Air Force Civil Engineer Support Agency (HQ AFCESA), the Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment (HQ AFCEE), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The specification requires that a Certified Industrial Hygeinist (CIH) or a ACAC certificant act as supervisors for mold assessment on mold remediation contracts. Additionally, it specially names ACAC certificants as those eligible to perform the remediation contract.

Useful links:
American Council for Accredited Certification
The United Stated Environmental Protection Agency EPA

Engineering-based and Board-awarded!

The American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC) has the ONLY independent, accredited, board-awarded certifications in the IAQ industry!

We have CESB-accredited certifications for individuals who specialize in:

  • Indoor Environmental
  • Mold/Microbial
  • Infection Control
  • IR Thermography
  • Structural Drying
  • IAQ Management

About ACAC Certification

  • Party accreditation from the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB)
  • Additionally, ACAC was the first IAQ certifying body to 
  • Operate independently of training providers
  • Operate independently of industry membership associations · Refuse all revenue agreements with product manufacturers or service providers
  • Award its certifications by unanimous vote of a board of peers
  • Develop its examinations in compliance with published psychometric standards party proctors
  • Employ secure high stakes computer based testing
  • See its designations listed as prerequisites for a state license
  • See its examinations listed as prerequisites for a state license
  • See its designations specified by the US government party accredited certifications in structural drying, environmental infection control and IAQ management
  • Refuse to give exam questions or answers to prep course providers

The ACAC Certification Process

  • Level science education and verifiable field experience on a written application before taking the certification exam
  • ACAC staff members verify field experience documentation for every candidate
  • party proctoring centers around the world
  • ACAC certification boards set passing scores for each exam using psychometrically verified statistical analysis
  • In an average year, only about 70% of eligible candidates pass their ACAC certification exam
  • Candidates who pass their exams must await board review of their application files

ACAC certification boards are composed of no less than five (5) members, each of whom holds the certification in question. Board members may not be affiliated with those who provide prep courses for ACAC exams. Boards meet and discuss each application file and certify by unanimous vote only. year certification cycle. In 2013, more than 90% of expiring ACAC certificants recertified in order to maintain their professional designations.

Examples of ACAC’s Reputation
ACAC has no revenue streams outside of certification fees. We do not sell advertising, books, products or curriculum materials of any kind. As a result, our reputation for integrity, credibility and independence is well known: The Federal government specifies ACAC certifications for mold workers in its Unified Facilities Guide Specifications. (see, for example, section 1.2.16; page 5, item 4; and page 34, item 4).

The State of Maryland requires ACAC certification as a condition of licensing, requiring all license applicants to be certified by ACAC "or any other internationally recognized accreditation body that is recognized by the Maryland Home Improvement Commission (MHIC) and operates independently of training organizations or industry trade associations.” (Maryland Business Regulation Code, Title 8-701 (2012)s requirements.

The State of Florida selected ACAC certification exams for use in its mold licensing program. ACAC exams are verified as psychometrically sound and independent from training courses. The New York State Toxic Mold Task Force recognized ACAC certifications in its 2010 report to the New York state legislature. Current New York Assembly Bill A01466 incorporates findings from the Task Force report.

For more information about the integrity, credibility and independence of ACAC certification programs, visit the ACAC website at Contact:
Adam Andrews, director of operations

Did You Know?
There are three major accreditation bodies (ANSI, CESB & NCCA). Only the Council for Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) accredits each and every engineering-based program on its own merits.
Charlie Wiles, Executive Director

ACAC mold remediation certification


IAQA indoor air quality certification

American Council for Accredited Certification

sedona certified mold remediation

Indoor Air Quality Association